To the Editor: I am growing increasingly disturbed by the inability of Congress to take any meaningful action on gun control. I am even more distressed at our state government taking actions that at best are useless demonstrations of political power, and at worst are
To the Editor: The Bag Lady Auction Commit-tee, along with the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, Inc. would like to thank all of the sponsors, donors and volunteers who helped make the evening a great success.
To the Editor: This week, May 6-10, is National Teacher Appreciation Week, with Tuesday designated as National Teacher Day. It is the goal of the National Teachers Hall of Fame, Emporia State University, and the National Education Association to have everyone in America thank at
To the Editor: As someone who has suffered from mental illness for over 45 years, mental health is a subject that I have a lot to say about. I have a different perspective from most people on the subject, as a self-defense expert and a gun
To the Editor: “Imagine a place without books,” challenged Jane Kurtz, author of “Lanie, the 2010 American Girl Doll of the Year.” Ms. Kurtz shared inspirations for her writing and her work as a founder of Ethiopia Reads at an event last Sunday at Manhattan’s
To the Editor: In recent weeks, Gov. Sam Brownback has been touring college campuses in support of public higher education.
To the Editor: Nathan Blindman, an Oglala Lakota from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, informed attendants at the 2013 Flint Hills Wisdom Keepers Gathering in Council Grove on April 28 that an 80-acre tract owned by a nonIndian in the middle of the Wounded Knee massacre
To the Editor: The Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau invites residents of the Little Apple and the surrounding area, to help us celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, May 4-12.
To t he Editor: I want to express some feelings that are not usually found in my letters to the editor. This past weekend my granddaughter, Kristyn, was voted Prom Queen at Manhattan High School. I sure many of you have read the Mercury story
Dear Editor, On Sunday, April 21, members of our community came together for An Evening with Bill Snyder, a benefit for Flint Hills Summer Fun Camp. FHSFC is a nine-week summer program for elementary-aged children, with spaces reserved for children with autism. This event raised $23,568 toward
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